April 14th, 2016
Records retention: busting the myths to get it right
Whether your documents are electronic, paper or a mix of both, it is important to have an accurate records retention program in place. This reduces the likelihood of several costly outcomes, including: hefty fines for disposing of documents before the legally mandated retention period has passed, and losing a lawsuit because you held on to unneeded information for too long. Continue reading
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Reader Favorites: Our most popular records management resources
This month, our popular resources focus on fundamentals and best practices, including how to determine the right metrics for your EDRMS. If you are just starting to think about converting your documents you will want to watch our recorded webinar on document imaging best practices. And to help optimize your management of physical records, we have a toolkit focusing on the fundamentals of records management.
5 Cost Factors That Will Determine Whether to Insource or Outsource Your Imaging Project
Congratulations. You’ve been able to convince senior management that it is time to convert your paper records to digital images in order to increase efficiencies in storing, sharing and retrieving documents. The natural next step is to decide if you are going to insource or outsource your imaging project. In order to do that you need you have a good handle on the factors that will determine your costs, and ultimately your ROI. This analysis needs to include any one-time scanning activities as well as the ongoing scanning of new documents. Here are the five key things to consider when calculating the costs of the imaging project.